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Can Republicans Talk?

Joan362 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 5:42 PM
Sad but true. I hope Mitt will come through and he can if he can if he has the cajones to loudly call Obama out on his lies and all of his failures - the Solyndra deals - billions of our money to Muslim countries etc....Some people will listent to the debates but who have not listened (nor cared apparently) as to what is happening in this country and to it so he has to be strong. Obama does not do well off the teleprompter. Will the Republican party DEMAND that we do not have a liberal moderator - could we have someone who is impartial or at least one Republican and one Democrat? The MSN moderators are not impartial. And just WHO is demading that our ballots NOT BE COUNTED in Spain - by Geo. Soros owned company??.
The first time I saw Chris Christie on television, shortly after he became governor of New Jersey, my immediate reaction was, "My Gosh! A Talking Republican!" It was almost like seeing a talking giraffe or a talking salamander.

Technically speaking, Republicans do talk, but talking is definitely not their strong suit. Nor do they seem to have put a lot of thought into what they say or how they say it. The net result is that articulate Democrats can get away with the biggest lies, without any serious rebuttal from most Republicans.

I have not heard any Republican official or candidate even try...